Science in Sport, official nutrition suppliers of USA Cycling and Great Britain’s Team Sky cycling team, and the makers of the World’s First Isotonic Energy Gel, has just formally opened its Ambassador Program for U.S. athletes.
Amateur and semi-pro athletes in the United States looking to fuel their performance at the next level can now apply to join the growing team of global Science in Sport Ambassadors, who may receive special access to the same nutrition products used by olympic gold medalists, and Tour de France-winning Team Sky in exchange for sharing their stories on social media.
At the core of the SiS product line is the World’s First Isotonic Energy Gel – delivering a lighter taste and faster performance to meet the needs of discerning endurance athletes. SiS GO Isotonic Energy Gels have been developed to be lighter on the stomach without the need for extra water.
SiS products are manufactured in the UK at the company’s Innovation Centre in Lancashire. All SiS products are Informed Sport-tested and accredited; SiS worked closely with the HFL anti-doping laboratory to develop a world class three-pronged testing system to minimize the risk of product contamination – the world’s first nutrition manufacturer to ever do so.
Athletes interested in consideration for the Ambassador Program consideration may visit Science in Sport here to apply.
ABOUT SCIENCE IN SPORT:
Founded in the United Kingdom in 1992, Science in Sport is a premium line of sports nutrition developed specifically for the endurance athlete. Science in Sport is the only manufacturer of an isotonic energy gel, and offers an entire range of sports nutrition for every need state for every athlete. All Science in Sport products are triple tested for quality assurance and banned substances, and are certified by the Informed Choice quality assurance program. Products are developed based on world class scientific knowledge based on athlete’s needs. Science in Sport is the official gel and hydration for many elite athletes and organizations, including Sir Chris Hoy, GB Rowing, and Spartan Race UK.